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Worship Service: Sundays @ 9:30 a.m.

We meet at Perspectives Charter School - Joslin Campus located in the South Loop neighborhood of Chicago.

Our address: 1930 S. Archer Ave., Chicago, IL 60616.

Parking is available in the school lot.

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Pastor Green

Dear friends,

You can’t live in Chicago, especially in a neighborhood like Bridgeport where I live, and not be aware of St. Patrick’s Day. I’m not referring to green beer, a river dyed green, crazy parades, or three-leaf clovers in windows.

Pastor Green

Dear friends,

A pastor visited one of his members who was a farmer. The pastor asked the farmer, “If you had 100 horses, would you give 10 to the church’s building fund?” “Certainly,” said the farmer. He then asked, “If you had 100 cows, would you give 10 to the church’s building fund?” “Certainly,” said the farmer. Then the pastor asked, “If you had 100 pigs, would you give 10 to the church’s building fund?” The farmer replied, “Now cut that out, pastor, you know I have pigs.”

Pastor Green

Dear friends,

When a child is subjected to a taunt that hurts their feelings, we teach them an old children’s rhyme.
Sticks and stones
May break my bones,
But words will never hurt me.
Our point, as a parent, is actions can hurt you, not words. Sometimes it is best just to ignore words.

As an adult, we learn to ignore many of the words we hear and read. We all know that for some people in sales, politics, and the media, words have no necessary correspondence to reality.

Pastor Green

Dear friends,

The big local news this week was not news to anyone who lives in Chicago. It was that in the entire nation, Chicago is the most politically corrupt. This is according to a report co-authored by
Dick Simpson, head of the political science department at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Pastor Green

Dear friends,

Last Sunday we considered what it means to have peace with God. Our culture, like most other cultures, defines peace to be the absence of conflict. This falls short of what the Bible means by peace. When we read that we have peace with God, what is meant is more than the absence of conflict or hostility between us and God which produces some form of co-existence.

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